Probo Medical, a Tampa, Fla.-based global provider of medical imaging equipment, parts, repair, and service, announces the acquisition of Tenvision, LLC. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Tenvision, founded in 2005, is a Gallatin, Tenn.-based provider of medical equipment sales, service, maintenance, repair, and training with deep specialization in ultrasound equipment. Tenvision’s team of sales representatives, field service engineers, and in-house repair technicians bring a long history of providing a deep solution set of products and services to meet healthcare organizations’ ultrasound equipment needs.

“Having worked alongside the Tenvision team for well over two decades, we have long respected their position in our industry,” says Michael Asmer, CEO of Probo Medical. “Tenvision is known as a leader in the ultrasound market, particularly with respect to their sales, service, and training offering to customers in the mid-south region. More recently, Tenvision has built out an impressive capability set for virtual product demonstrations, trainings, and service that will be highly complementary to our commercial efforts. We look forward to supporting Tenvision’s customers with the breadth and depth of Probo’s products, services, and solutions and are tremendously excited to welcome the Tenvision team to Probo.”

Tenvision President Kevin Gregory says, “Aligning with Probo connects Tenvision into a platform that places our team on the leading edge of solutions that we can bring to our customers. We have known the Probo team as both business colleagues and friends for many years, so the combination of Probo and Tenvision is a natural fit. We are thrilled to be joining with Probo and look forward to offering our customers the most comprehensive set of products and services in the market.”

Probo Medical is backed by Varsity Healthcare Partners, a lower middle-market private equity investment firm focused on partnering with founders, entrepreneurs, and management teams to build leading healthcare services companies.